Stockholm-based Recap Energy, a company focused on renewable energy investments with an established presence in 6 different countries, announced that it has closed a 100M SEK (~ €8.6M) green bond issue for energy storage projects in Sweden.
Recap Energy says the green bond issue received a positive market response, demonstrating their capacity to fund sustainable projects during periods of lower capital investments.
This also indicates growing recognition among businesses and investors of the importance of supporting clean energy initiatives for a brighter and more sustainable future.
Recap Energy’s green bonds will be registered with Euroclear Sweden, ensuring transparency and boosting investor confidence.
This registration allows the company to accelerate the development of energy storage projects, leading to positive impacts on the environment and society.
Recap Energy: Creating the future of energy
Founded in 2010 by Marco Berggren, Recap Energy is a company with focus on renewable energy investments. It operates in six countries and exclusively works in sustainable projects.
The company provides Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) to the Commercial & Industrial (C&I) sector, offering flexible and customised energy solutions.
Clients pay only for the energy they use, eliminating upfront capital investments and reducing energy costs. This model allows businesses to access tailored energy services while optimising cost efficiency.
Recap Energy’s vision is to become a leading reference for sustainable investments in Europe.
The company has three main business lines:
- Recap C&I – Rooftop Solar (EaaS): Recap C&I – Rooftop Solar specialises in self-consumption solar projects. They install rooftop solar systems that enable users to consume energy directly on-site, avoiding transmission costs and taxes.
- Recap Ground Mounted: Recap Ground Mounted develops ground-mounted solar PV installations, offering corporate PPAs to C&I clients for 100 per cent clean energy consumption.
- Recap Energy Storage (BaaS): Recap offers Battery-as-a-Service to C&I clients, providing energy storage benefits such as peak-shaving, increased capacity, and resilience. Clients pay for battery capacity by the hour, allowing efficient use of solar energy beyond daylight hours and reducing grid exports.